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WAAAAGH!IIRC someone brought up the fact that Warhammer's orcs aren't very humanlike or elf like either. In warhammer the Orcs are more similar in terms of lifecycle and biochemistry to some kind of algae or fungus than they are to the setting's other beings
I always loved the 40k version of Orks. A galactic sentient fungal infestation that, if it weren't for it's lack of general intelligence (orks are pretty dumb) would be the single most powerful thing in the galaxy. Why? Because, what the Ork collective believes because true. They, collectively, think red is a fast color, so vehicles painted red actually go faster than those painted other colors. They, collectively, think that having more things sticking off of your guns makes them shoot more, and, lo and behold, this is true. They, collectively, think that if you put trash and scrap together in the shape of a vehicle or warmachine, it'll work and be a vehicle or warmachine, and it is so. They can't ever seem to agree on much else, though, so, thankfully, the galaxy is spared from the unbridled imagination of Orks. They still have to deal with recurrent fungal blooms that result in the scrap from the last war being spontaneously turned into a new war machine with freshly sprouted Orks, though, and that's still pretty bad.